By Malcolm Gladwell
Published Oct. 19, 2004 - When Malcolm Gladwell wrote "The Tipping Point", he had a sensation on his hands. Called "one of those rare books that changes the way you think about, well, everything" it quickly climbed the charts to become a bestseller.
Now Malcolm writes a manifesto for ChangeThis on the seemingly paradoxical truth that talent is not a firm's greatest asset. Download to fi
By Daniel T. Griswold
Published Oct. 19, 2004 - Though it's easy to make politically-charged claims for or against free trade, Griswold takes a different tact. He shows us, in seven clear points, why free trade is the right thing to do from a moral standpoint.
Download this one for a thought-provoking exploration of this volatile issue. You may find yourself swayed.
By Daniel Bricklin
Published Oct. 19, 2004 - He invented the spreadsheet. Now Dan Bricklin, creator of VisiCalc, explains why the modern software development establishment needs to change everything.
Taking a hard look at the needs of a modern society dependent on software, he shows us why the way we create software today is not only antiquated--it's dangerous and expensive.
By Mark Goulston
Published Oct. 19, 2004 - Judgement. Integrity. Character. Courage. These are the four things every CEO needs to be successful today, according to Mark Goulston. Read his manifesto on leadership to find out why these four attributes are so important, and examples of what can happen when they're ignored.
By Hugh Mac Leod
Published Oct. 19, 2004 - If you've ever felt the draw to do something creative but just haven't been able to pull it together, you'll love this manifesto.
By Laurel Delaney
Published Oct. 19, 2004 - Never in the history of the world has the entrepreneurial and small business spirit — the spirit of adventure — been more alive or in a more favorable position to reach out to the world for business. The fight-for-your-life attitude caused by extremely uncertain times, along with the explosive growth of the Internet, has leveled the playing field and emancipated the entrepreneurial and small business process. There is no end in sight, but instead, a beginning to realizing the world is your market.